THE BEER THREAD

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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by tmh » 07 Oct 2012, 16:53

I don't know that I can agree with that theory. I know men and women that like a hoppy (bitter) beer, and men and women that find it to really taste bad, like I do. It's funny, a few of my friends that I've talked about this with have said the same thing-- that a year or two ago they were in the same boat as me, finding hoppy beer to be pretty disgusting and favoring brown or dark beers. And then something changed and now they love hoppy beers. I personally can't imagine this ever happening to me, but, who knows.

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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by jenjustme » 07 Oct 2012, 17:13

Have you tried Pigs Ass Porter, I think it is out of Oregon, it is a tiny bit bitter but good. My personal fav from the west is Black Butte, out of Utah. Here in the East yuengling makes a really nice porter, and a black and tan.
I was in England this last summer and I was amazed at how much better the Guinness was there. I understand that it is even better in Dublin. So now I have to go to Dublin someday and and have a Guinness and a Jameson (another thing I learned in London) they taste amazing together!
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by zman » 01 Dec 2015, 09:19

Watched "Only in America" with, Larry the Cable Guy, last night.

He was at the Texas State Fair, sampling the deep fried foods, said they deep fry everything there.
I spotted a sign for Shiner Bock deep fried beer.
Anyone ever have deep fried beer.
That does not sound good.
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Post by G68 » 01 Dec 2015, 18:42

The Beer Thread is alive and well!
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by devildog » 01 Dec 2015, 20:27

Image

Black Butte Porter (OREGON!)
Rogue Double Chocolate Stout (OREGON!)
Ninkasi Oatmeal Stout (OREGON!)
Great Divide YETI Oatmeal Stout (yea, well, Colorado)
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by mo2872 » 02 Dec 2015, 09:46

Nothings Left Brewing Co. "Strawberry Blonde"........:thumbup:
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by zman » 02 Dec 2015, 11:57

devildog wrote:Image

Black Butte Porter (OREGON!)
Rogue Double Chocolate Stout (OREGON!)
Ninkasi Oatmeal Stout (OREGON!)
Great Divide YETI Oatmeal Stout (yea, well, Colorado)
:?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by GTfastbacker » 02 Dec 2015, 15:40

Believe me. you have to pee only of american beer. It does taste like water.
Americans can build nice cars but no brew good beer... :lol:
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Re: THE BEER THREAD

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Post by devildog » 02 Dec 2015, 19:58

zman wrote:.....

:?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?: :?:
Yea, look what you started: :poke:

Now ignorant euro-douches be poppin off about stuff they know nothing about..just like cars :lol: :lol:
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Post by xr7g428 » 02 Dec 2015, 21:29

GTfastbacker, I have sent a warning to devil dog. Name calling is not appropriate here, could you repost the link to the restoration pages for some of your cars if those sites are still up? I have seen some pics and things in the past that are very impressive.
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